Justin Trudeau says don't call honour killings '"barbaric."
These news stories do what I cannot do -- expose liberals for the vicious erudite savages that they really are. You cannot make this stuff up, because you cannot think this stuff up.
Ah yes, "responsible neutrality" concerning the slaughter of women and children because they are not subdued or subservient or submissive enough. Yes, "responsible neutrality" on the slaughter of women and children because of some perceived sexual indiscretion or behavior not befitting a slave girl.
And feminnists call this predatory platform home. I despise them and their craven lack of humanity, ethics and morality. Nothing stands in the way of their idiomatic collective dogma, not humanity or basic decency, not even the love for the mums, daughters or wives.
Honour killings term angers Trudeau Toronto Sun hat tap Norman
OTTAWA - Liberal MP Justin Trudeau said the government should not call honour killings "barbaric" in a study guide for would-be Canadian citizens.
Among other things, it tells new Canadians that gay marriage is OK and forced marriages are not.
But the guide also says: "Canada's openness and generosity do not extend to barbaric cultural practices that tolerate spousal abuse, 'honour killings,' female genital mutilation, forced marriage or other gender-based violence."
"Those guilty of these crimes are severely punished under Canada's criminal laws," it reads.
Trudeau blasted the Conservatives for using the term "barbaric," even though it's been in the guide since 2009. Forced marriages are the only new item on the list.
"There's nothing that the word 'barbaric' achieves that the words 'absolutely unacceptable' would not have achieved," Trudeau, the Liberal immigration critic, said.
"We accept that these acts are absolutely unacceptable. That's not the debate. In casual conversation, I'd even use the word barbaric to describe female circumcision, for example, but in an official Government of Canada publication, there needs to be a little bit of an attempt at responsible neutrality."
But Immigration Minister Jason Kenney fired back Monday, accusing the Liberals of choosing political correctness over women's rights.
"Despite Trudeau's opposition, we make no apologies for letting immigrant women know their rights. We won't turn a blind eye to the abuse of immigrant women, even if the Ignatieff Liberals prefer we err on the side of political correctness," said Alykhan Velshi, a spokesman for Kenney.
Newcomers are also being warned in the updated guide to leave their "violent, extreme or hateful prejudices" at the door, even if they're coming from a war-torn country or conflict zone.
"Such experiences do not justify bringing to Canada violent, extreme or hateful prejudices. In becoming Canadian, newcomers are expected to embrace democratic principles such as the rule of law," the brochure now reads.
Read the rest here. Trudeau photo above, Andre Forget, QMI Agency file photo
Announcing the changes in Vancouver Monday, Kenney said it's important to make sure newcomers to Canada understand the laws and values of the land.